The NCAA has thought about the expanded tournament and decided to have a first four: the last four at-large teams and the 65th through 68th seeds will meet in a mini pre-tournament, with the four winners earning a place in the field. It's a clever way to draw attention from the fact that none of them are likely to win another game.
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